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the way i think. host: john hickenlooper is joining us for mill walking, where the nga summer meeting is gathering -- from milwaukee, where the nga summer meeting is gathering. >> tomorrow, we will talk with michael harpster. he is with the fbi unit talking about child prostitution around the country. then tough insurance rates with kaiser health news and senior correspondent phil galloway -- galewitz. and we are heading now live to milwaukee for the final day of the national governors association meeting will be getting underway shortly. it is expected to start any moment now. the chair of this year's hearing l. governor markel the next session that they will be dealing with is the closing session, the state and cybersecurity. "the washington post" talks about why waiting for promised to fix cybersecurity is a waste of time by brian fung. it says that the commerce committee approved a version of the cybersecurity bill that now heads to the senate floor. but the bill is a sign of how timid lawmakers have become on the issue compared to previous attempts. as the just watch governors ga
in this realm. that is where the nga resource center on's eight cybersecurity's is working. we are working to fill the void. one of these tools is the governor's call to action for cybersecurity that will lay out a framework that all of us can pursue. governance authority, risk assessment, continuous vulnerability and threat assessments and the like. we also introduced an electronic dashboard that governors can use to understand their states level of readiness at a glance. moving forward, we are exploring for areas. we are looking for stronger collaboration between our states and our federal partners. second, looking for ways that the states can use their state- owned fusion centers to support stronger and more robust cybersecurity defenses on an interstate as well as an interstate basis. we are working to develop effective state policies to address the security of our data and our own infrastructure. fourth, we will be making recommendations on how governors can best develop a more highly skilled workforce to fill the ranks of the needs that are out there in this new domain. so the work o
to the rest of the weekend as well. i'm very pleased, i'm joined by governor fallon, the vice chair of nga this last year. it's been wonderful to work with her and also hickenlooper and herbert have joined us as well. you know, washington may be grit locked these days, but the governors are not. we, you know, we have to grapple with the needs of our citizens and figure out solution to the key issues of the day putting people work, and improving schools, health care, of course, infrastructure, homeland security, all of those issues. these are the issues that are on our agenda for the weekend. i want to give you a little bit of a snap shop of the things we're working on. one of the biggest challenges, of course, is around health care. while all the attention tends to be on the implementation of the affordable care act, actually a lot of the most important work is going on now is innovation in the states figuring out how we transform the way we deliver and pay for health care. and there's really very exciting work going on in many states across the country and one of the best part of the nga
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at the winter meeting everybody has any questions regarding the policies, please see david of the nga step. so if i could have a motion for the adoption of the rules. second? any questions? all in favor? all right, very good. and i want to announce that governor malloy will be come he will be chairing the 2002 -- 2013-2014 nominating committee. governor malloy, thank you for doing that. and with that i very much want to thank the host of this year's meeting, governor walker, and his wife. we really appreciate you having all of us here. we are off to a great start but a lot of us had a good time last night and i would like to invite governor walker to come up and to say a few words. [applause] >> well, thank you, jack of not only for the introduction but thanks for your leadership the mentioned earlier a of the press covers but i think all of us as governors appreciate jack's leadership and the incoming leadership of mary fallin and given a great team for the pastures we appreciate the. welcome to wisconsin. we're glad to have you here. i hope for those you who are in yesterday had a good time.
interesting. [applause] >> thank you so much. ms. . [applause] >> that, i want to ask dan, our nga executive director, to give us an update of the work on the association in assisting states to control health costs while maintaining quality. >> thank you. you probably won't be surprised to know we're trying to emulate much of what jeff is doing. we actually have an agreement with jeff in trying to utilize his techniques. many of you know we have just awarded seven states' projects to see if we can take some of the techniques jeff and his colleagues have developed and apply them to a state, see if they can be replicated and scaled up. we think it might work, so we're working with those seven states n. the meantime, we're also working on pieces of what jeff has done that we'll make available to everyone, things like software to identify the most expensive patients. we can provide that to you for free. so we're looking at other pieces of this that we can replicate and distribute as well. work force, we've mentioned how much we're working on work force. many of the folks who work with jeff are c
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to appear. this summer session of the nga is chaired by jack markel. he is of delaware. the vice chair is oklahoma's mary fallin. the hope for this summer session of the nga, scott walker -- the home for this summer session of the nga, scott walker, being held in his home state. -- the host for this summer session of the nga, scott walker, being held in his home state. tomorrow, we will get a look at cybersecurity from the perspective of the governors. while we need for -- while we wait for this meeting to come together, we will take a look at what the governor had to say this morning on "washington journal." >> having some problems with the audio. we will see if we can try to fix those and bring that back to you. we are waiting for the governors to assemble for this current session about u.s. corrections. >> how you doing? nice to see you again. [indiscernible] >> just waiting for the room to fill up. some of the governors in attendance, their staff. the rest, we are waiting for them. we are running a little bit behind schedule. as we take a look, governor markel of delaware talking w
. this is the chairman of the nga. he will join us at 9:00. begins at 7:00 in the morning. the summer meeting takes place again in milwaukee. the activity is set to start shortly. d kumar sees on c-span starting momentarily. -- eu can see these on c-span starting momentarily. >> we are live this morning on c-span. we are here at the wisconsin sensor a couple of blocks west of the milwaukee river appeared governors are gathering here throughout a week and. livell breed bringing you coverage. they are supposed to start a couple of minutes ago. they are getting things together. we will be hearing from the governors about infrastructure. anthony fox will be on the panel as well as the as the chair of the house transportation committee. we are going to be taking your calls after that and then a true 30 p.m. eastern panel. we will be talking about how states are integrating into the local economy. -- awill have a panel bowl cannot 12:15 p.m.. we will be joining the governors tomorrow at 12:15 p.m. by thear's gathering governor of delaware. they will be here this morning. years nga nga,s scott walker. this is i
on this morning's "washington journal." host: this weekend, we are live at the nga summer meeting in milwaukee, wisconsin. we are pleased to be joined by governor john hickenlooper, the former mayor of denver and now the democratic governor of colorado. thank you for being with us. guest: you bet. glad to be on your show. host: let me begin with one of the panels yesterday that people might have found interesting. the amount of money that states spend on incarceration and health care for inmates in state prisons. you were part of that panel discussion. what was your take away -- takeaway? guest: budgets have gone up continually in terms of incarceration.some states more than others. the real trick is, a lot of the people we end up locking up for years have mental-health issues, other health issues. if we can address those mental health issues, they can live constructive lives outside and we are not spending $45,000 or $50,000 a year to keep them locked up. host: one of the goals of the governors meeting is to learn best practices when it comes to incarceration rates and the cost that states pu
the nsa, the defense intelligence agency, the national reconnaissance office and nga. virtually all the intelligence in the u.s. other than the cia reports to the secretary of defense, and there is a dotted line to the director of national intelligence, but as an official he has less than a thousand people under him, and secretary of defense has scores of thousands of people under him. >> michael: yes, that makes a huge difference. do you find obama's sort of countenance of clapper curious at all? >> i don't, rally, because i've long been watching this, and president obama came into office i think with a dual agenda. the end goal was to win re-election. the way he wanted to do it was to take his base with him, his liberal base by doing a lot of domestic issues that appeal to the base, gay rights, so forth. but to capture the middle and the right, by basically going to the right of george bush. he tripled the number of troops in afghanistan when he could have ended the war in the first six months. he increa increased the drone ws around the world, including killing americans with dro
a wonderful relationship our fellow and very much appreciate their deployment nga and working with all of us. and as many much you this program facilities the exchange of the idea. in -- partner in term of approving public policy, and we want to take this opportunity to recognize a few of them. the center for best practice and going help me recognize some of our long standing company. this year actually marks the 25th anniversary of the corporate fellow program. the first one back in 1988. back then were there about dozen companies. today there more than 100. one of the company has been a member since the very beginning. today we recognize a founding member of the nga corporate fellow program that is a, tt. we are appreciative of the partnership over the many years. [applause] i'm doing to ask wayne of at&t to please join us here. now you can applaud. [applause] had in is an awesome picture. [inaudible conversations] all right. that's great. [laughter] thank you. [applause] we. to recognize a few companies for twenty years of service. the first is -- come on up. [applause] there are a couple
are live at the nga summer meeting in milwaukee, wisconsin. we are pleased to be joined by john hickenlooper, the governor of colorado. thank you for being with us. host: let me begin with one of the panels yesterday. that statesf money spend on incarceration and health care for inmates in state reasons. you are part of that panel discussion. what was your take away? st: budgets have gone up continually in terms of incarceration. a lot of the people we end up locking up for years have mental-health issues, other health issues. if we can address those mental health issues, they can live constructive lives outside and we are not spending $45,000 or $50,000 a year to keep them locked up. host: one of the goals of the governors meeting is to learn best practices when it comes to incarceration rates and the cost keepstates put forth to inmates in jails. what did you learn? t: the lesson from the state of washington, they put together a framework to measure risk. if someone is really a threat to commit a violent crime, they want to make sure that person stays in prison as long as they
that the nga's just launched. this was coalbed by governor amounts of michigan and governor snyder ashman sorry, governor amount of maryland and governor schneider of michigan. i'll toggle bit more about it in a few minutes. first i wanted to just let folks know that the governors just met in milwaukee for nga summer meeting, ended on sunday, and cybersecurity was on that agenda. we held a special session to discuss nga's work on cyber resource center as well as discuss the issue broadly with governors. and so our outgoing chair of delaware, governor markell, noted that every state has been the target of a cyber attack, and these are throwing, growing in the threats. the threats are growing in number and sophistication. and so really it's a question of not if but when there will be a coordinated attack. so from the perspective of governors at nga we see really that there've been efforts on the federal level of the dot gov and dot mil a rebuttal of states have not been explored as much. and at our session, in milwaukee, governor snyder of michigan spoke by video about this to say cyber posture,
and republican governors and we actually had an gna red tape -- nga red tape committee. there were recommendations for ways that we think we can improve the nation's infrastructure, the timeliness and cost effectiveness. we have different categories from the faa to nasa to trucks come across the mexican border to the federal highway administration to endangered species, environmental issues we have to face, funding issues. we have followed the suggestions from our governors as to how we can help with the red tape to make things more efficient within the transportation system. i would like to give this to you. i hope he will consider them. >> i would definitely consider them. >> other questions? >> we are close to of a scheduled game. i want to thank secretary foxx for making this his first public appearance, or public presentation come to the governors. thank you, sir. [applause] >> thank you. >> this is governor padilla's birthday today. happy birthday to you, governor. is there any further business? if not, the meeting is adjourned. thank you.[captioning performed by national cap
just the end of the cybersecurity session here, the final session for the nga summer meeting. they met in milwaukee. technology professional. they do not invest in security. they usually have these plans that are incorporated by the state, and the state has the obligation where management ignores obvious threats. ched.get reach -- brea is almost like banks not locking their vaults every night. >> do you think we are headed in that direction? >> i have spoken to the attorney general, and he is slowly coming realization. it is more the local property thefts, the illegal credit card information, that is still a lot of industry. they do not do anything until there been a breach, and then when they do something they only do it part way. out west toow move bre, illinois. i am actually the stepdaughter of a chief of staff , and a speechwriter. i want to say one thing. i think everyone should ask themselves the big question. ask if it is smart or dumb, because the truth of the matter is depending on what your cell phone is reporting on her applications, a lot of people will be able to access y
actually had an gna red tape -- nga red tape committee. there were recommendations for ways that we think we can improve the nation's infrastructure, the timeliness and cost effectiveness. we have different categories from the faa to nasa to trucks come across the mexican border to the federal highway administration to endangered species, environmental issues we have to face, funding issues. we have followed the suggestions from our governors as to how we can help with the red tape to make things more efficient within the transportation system. i would like to give this to you. i hope he will consider them. >> i would definitely consider them. >> other questions? >> we are close to of a scheduled game. i want to thank secretary foxx for making this his first public appearance, or public presentation come to the governors. thank you, sir. [applause] >> thank you. >> this is governor padilla's birthday today. happy birthday to you, governor. is there any further business? if not, the meeting is adjourned. thank you. [captioning performed by national captioning institute] [captions copyright
this question from my current role as nga about the states, and the states largely with respect to most of the grant programs -- not medicaid, the states are very worried about medicaid, but as dennis be said, medicaid is exempt from sequester -- but with respect to the grant programs, the states are now used to it. i mean, this is not new, the fact that the federal government doesn't know how much money they're going to get and, therefore, the states don't know how much money they're going to get. there are some years that are better, some years that are worse. the states basically have grown to adjust to it. but i do want to say something here that most of the conversation both on panel and the other panel are sort of concentrated on the current situation. congressman obey mentioned the budget act of 1974 and the one thing he thought good was the creation of the congressional budget office. i'd like to suggest there may be one other thing that is important for the discussion we're having now. it was that act that got the u.s. off one-year budgeting. back when i started in this town, e
joins he is on the education and workforce committee of the nga. some of the topics you're interested in discussing at the summer meeting? the economy should be a discussion, how are things going in each respective states and what are we doing to improve the economy. in utah we're doing pretty well. we have cut taxes and flatten them out. we have had regulation reform, which we need to see in states and certainly in washington, d.c. the way of get in productivity and take away from the bottom line of the wealth creators, which gives us job opportunities. education,d with education reform. what we're doing to raise the bar when it comes to alignment of our skills and labor force. we're going to be talking about cybersecurity and the hacking taking place by enemies of our .ountry and our states it we have a variety of topics we are going to be talking about. for me, the focus has been on the economy and education and can doprudence, what we to get ourselves back on solid footing in this country. states can and should lead the way. , thankovernor herbert you for your time. guest: thank y
recess with gibson. the nga with governor gary rep cent d a accountability office report found in over 3400 cases of tsa in 2012.n the we'll discuss the report for the issue, of aviation steve lord. washington journal begins live 7:00 a.m. on c-span. >> this weekend on c-span -- >> i'll answer that if you tell us about your glasses. glasses. e google >> i see that. what are we doing? filming all of this. being filmed but it's being filmed by those cameras as well. good. it's >> telling mom -- your family what you're going to eat for down as soon as you look at your lunch. >> my mom made me lunch. congress began the five-week summer recess, spoke about the stalemate over the budget and debt ceiling. remarks from the house floor are half an hour. >> as the speaker knows, i'm whip.he minority as the minority whip, at the we normally week, have a colloquy between the and myself.der that colloquy is to discuss the week to come.he so discuss the priorities each side believes ought to be considered by the house. we will now adjourn for a period of five weeks. have adjourned without doing th
in the department of homeland security classified briefing on cyber security threats at our winter nga meeting. this is just one example of what the resource center does. it is cochaired by two leaders, the michigan governor rick snyder and maryland governor martin o'malley, to help provide an overview of the work of the resource center and some of the work underway in michigan and maryland. we invited both governors to make,'s. governor snyder could not join us but we videotape summary mark. and then i will ask governor martin o'malley to talk about what is going on in maryland. with that, if we could run the governor rick snyder's videotape. >> i am michigan governor rick snyder. as we move into the 21st century, the benefits and convenience of online technology enhance our lives more and more each day. unfortunately at the same time, a tax on personal safety and economic security through the internet continue to grow and expand. as cochair of the cyber resource center with governor o'malley we are committed to working with the nga and other states to enhance the cyber security posture with
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